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This is a working paper of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG5 that was presented to the WG5 meeting at Lund (Sweden) in June 1991.
This report describes the following flaws in VAX-11 Fortran version 3.5-62 compiler that may cause erroneous results without any warning. (1) It fails to detect an overflow condition in integer addition and subtraction; (2) it violates the semantic requirement of Fortran language with equal...
Programming in the early days of computing was tedious in the extreme. Programmers required a detailed knowledge of the instructions, registers, and other aspects of the central processing unit (CPU) of the computer for which they were writing code. The source code itself was written in a...
This book is intended to be a comprehensive exposition of the Fortran 90 language. While pedagogical aspects are not paramount, neither are they ignored. Examples play a supporting role to discursive explanation. Tutorial exercises are included.
The focus is on extensions in Watfor-77 that are also in Fortran 90. (Watfor-87 is a version that uses the Intel 8087 chip or equivalent.)
This is a textbook at the tutorial rather than the comprehensive level: some language features are barely mentioned (for example, the syntax of construct names is described but they do not appear in any of the examples).
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